Good morning it's Gray. Here's a look at some of the stories you will want to catch before you leave the house on 12 News Today.
Breaking news this morning; Federal agents have surrounded an apartment complex in suburban Boston and it could be related to the bomb investigation. Plus, President Obama offers his remarks about the terror in Boston and vows that whoever is responsible will feel the "full weight of justice".
We have also learned that new video, right from the finish line of the race, taken from a marathon spectator has popped up on the internet. We are tracking all the latest information and we will have local reaction.
Today marks six years since 32 people were killed in a shooting rampage at Virginia Tech. As the nation mourns yesterday's tragedy in Boston, the state of Virginia is pausing to honor the victims from April 16th 2007. That's when a 23-year-old college student went on a shooting spree at the campus in Blacksburg. Governor Bob McDonnell has named April 16th as the official day of remembrance. At 9:43 this morning, a statewide moment of silence will be observed.